Cannot get my daughters HTC First to connect to my home wireless network. I'm using an Apple AirPort Extreme. I've tried restarting the AE. The phone will attempt to connect, but fails with "Authorization problem". Any ideas?
Sure, normally losing your smartphone is pretty bad, but losing a smartphone that you have Facebook Home enabled on? That would be just downright horrible. Think of all the ADDITIONAL accesses the person who has your device is able to see. Not only can they now see all your contacts, but they will know who your close personal friends are, have access to your facebook inbox and messages too.
I would NEVER put my life into a smartphone, why not just give out your credit card information to the public?
With most people no longer having unlimited data this phone is going to a major headache when it comes to peoples bills. We are having to constantly remind people to logout of facebook to avoid the chance of going over because of all the updates peopl... (continues)
Considering that every single smartphone is virtually identical to every other smartphone out there, and considering that only a fool would fail to put their smartphone into a protective device, is it really necessary to articulate the look of them? It's one thing to describe the size since that's not immediately apparent, but, lawdy, can we get real and admit that all of these phone look virtually identical? Just throw up a few pics, and talk about the specs instead.